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    Hi there,

    My boyfriend and I have just recently bought 2 Seadoo XP's. We have been having a blast on them. But I have come across a problem. Wondered if anyone could help me. I have no problem riding it, but have a "hell " of a time getting up on it in Deep Water. We have heard about platform that we could attach to mine for balance. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I would go about getting this Platform or any other idea's???????????????????????

    Your help would be great. . Please contact me soon.

    Thanks and I hope your all out enjoying this great weather on the water
    Last edited by Headrz; 08-02-2009 at 11:51 AM.

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    Senior Member SERiOUS's Avatar
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    its nothing a little practice won't take care of and its a free fix.

    I am kinda in the same boat with my blaster...super difficult to get back on in deep water but I have only had it for a month so can't become an expert in that amount of time.
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    Member Jet-x's Avatar
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    The XP's are considered to be 2 passenger pwc. Well we all know riding with 2 people on an XP hull is not always the easiest thing to do. How ever it is possible. Getting back to your point with reboarding in deep water. Like SERIOUS has mentioned, all it takes is time and a little bit of patience and you will figure it out. Just have to get use to the boyance of the boat. Try to point the nose of the boat towards the the incomming waves to avoid side impact from the waves.

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    Moderator TheBaldEagle's Avatar
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    Welcome to the site!

    Mt jetski came with the rear step and it makes it easier 100%! Get it and you'll love it!
    TheBaldEagle
    aka Aaron


    2006 Seadoo GTX SC
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